Tuesday 18 February 2014

Google Is Working On 10-Gigabit Internet Connection

Google Fiber could be available within three years with 10 Gigabit per second, Google's chief financial officer Patrick Pichette has announced. Google Chief Financial Officer Patrick Pichette said that the Internet giant is going to achieve data transmission at the rate of 10 GB per second.

The report Wired at USA Yesterday, citing a speech by Pichette at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference this week. “After 1 GB / s we are working to get 10 Gb / s”, have the manager told, who was worked at Bell Canada from 2001 to 2008. Google is not only a search engine giant but also a Internet service providers and with Google Fiber provides a fiber optic connection to a 1 Gb / s in both the up- and downstream and no volume limit for 70 U.S. dollars per month.

For $ 120 per month for two years contract period, there is also a package with numerous TV channels in HD, including a set- top box, Google Tablet Nexus 7 and a NAS. The third form is a collective Internet access with 5 Mbit / s downstream and 1 Mbit / s upstream for a sum of 300 U.S. dollars without volume limitation and with the guarantee that the service is at least seven years disposal. To avoid expensive civil engineering works as possible, it was agreed in Kansas City to hang the cable to any existing above-ground tower of the city.

Instead of the glass fiber to move anywhere, only such Fiber Hoods were used. In telephony Google Fiber had waived because of the high burden and costs. For the television signal his own technique was developed and utilized. The set-top boxes and routers are self-made by Google himself. A company spokesman told Wired that it was part of the corporate culture of Google, to improve the products and to question the limits of innovation.

“But there are no plans to offer 10 Gbit / s in the near future.” Huawei and Vodafone want to reach a transmission rate of 2 Tbit / s over fiber in January 2014 in a field trial over a distance of 3325 km. The field trial was carried out in several cities in central and southern Germany in the backbone network of the British telecommunications group.

They used a rating based on Super Channel PDM - 16QAM signals platform that takes advantage of the spectral band better. Alcatel- Lucent and BT had done similar field tests with a data transfer rate of 1.4 terabits per second performed in the January 2014.

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